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5 Principles of Highly Effective Meetings

Are you running your meetings with these principles in mind?

Analysis: It's Time for the Feds to Investigate Prison Abuse

The Bureau of Prisons has been accused of the systematic mistreatment of mentally ill inmates. DOJ's Office of the Inspector General should look into the matter.

The Complete Guide to Taking Notes Effectively at Work

Everything you need to know about taking notes at work, but never bothered to ask.

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, chair of the Republican Study Committee

Politics Punctuate House Sequestration Hearing

Rhetoric rather than government management dominates discussion over furloughs, spending cuts.

Rep. John Mica, R-Fla.

Lawmakers Hunt Sequester Alternative in Defense, DHS Savings

Pentagon may miss sequester report deadline, panel warned.

Your Telework How-To: 10 Essentials For Getting Stuff Done at Home

An action plan for making the most of your telework days.

Carissa Pastuch and Charles Mink, who married after serving in Iraq, stand in front of Mount Nebo in Jordan in June 2012. They met during interrogation school in Arizona and worked at the same base in Iraq during the war.

Married Army Interrogators, Iraqi Teenager Reflect on 10th Anniversary of Iraq War

An Army couple and teenager from Baghdad share memories of the defining event of their lives.

Bruce Wolff, 14, of Canton, Ohio, kneels for a closer look at items left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall. More than 400,000 items have been left since the wall opened in 1982.

Hidden From View, Offerings at Vietnam Memorial Reveal Nation’s Loss

Nearly 38 years after the war's end, the nation continues to visibly mourn those lost in Vietnam.

3 Ways Government Can Use Citizens to Deliver Services

Co-delivery offers a powerful opportunity to every department and agency.

Senator Tells Feds to Keep Fighting for a Better 2014

Ben Cardin says there is ‘growing consensus’ on replacing sequestration after 2013.